Publications

Book Publications

1. Poetic Communication: A Study of the Verbal Art – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. Jaipur: YKING Publishers. 2015. ISBN: 9382532889

2.Ruskin Bond: Interpreter of Human Relationships – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot. 2011. ISBN: 8179774112

Book Chapters

1. “The Saga of the subalterns amidst Resource Crisis”- Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (Single Author)- Narratives of Environmental Challenges in Brazil and India: Losing Nature, by Lexington, USA, 1-11 (2018)

2. “Mapping the Female Territory: An Ecofeminist Approach to Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of King Lear”-Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (single author)-Conscious Re-imaginings of Shakespeare’s Plays, 159-165 (2017)

3. “An Analysis of William Gibson’s Count Zero as a Cyberpunk Fiction”-Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (Single Author)-Dialogia:An Anthology of Critical Ideas, 31-39 (2015)

Journals

  1. Anu Kuriakose. ”Lack of Inclusive Language.” In Letters, Economic and Political Weekly. Vol. 56, Issue No. 41, 09 Oct, 2021.
  2. Kuriakose, Anu. Guest Editorial. Sanghaditha. Vol. 18, no. 18, October 2021.
  3. Kuriakose, Anu. ”The Significance and Necessity of Transgender Studies.” Sanghaditha. Vol. 18, no. 18, October 2021.
  4. Soni Wadhwa. “Feminist Literary Criticism Meets Feminist Theology: Yashodhara and the Rise of Hagiographical Fiction in Modern Feminist Re-visioning” in SAGE Open. October 2021. Pages: 1-11. ISSN Number: 2158-2440. doi:10.1177/21582440211061570 Impact Factor - 1.356
  5. Supriya Daniel. “Participating in Genres: Zoo City as A Science Fiction”. International Journal of English and Studies, Vol 3, Issue 9, 2021.
  6. Mujral, Rajni (2020). “Use of Stories that Aren’t Even True: Reading Salman Rushdie’s Luka and the Fire of life”. Textual Practice. DOI: 10.1080/0950236X.2020.1734071. (Print) ISSN: 0950-236x. (Online) ISSN: 1470-1308.
  7. “The Green Sleuth: An Analysis of the Environmentalism in the Selected Detective Fictions of Sunil Gangopadhyay”- Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (single author)- Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, by Taylor and Francis: Routledge, UK, 22 (1), 1-11 (2018)
  8. “An Ecofeminist Analysis of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus”-Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (Single Author)-Yearly Shakespeare, 16(16): 1-8 (2018)
  9. “The Plurality and Playfulness of Provincial Writing: A Review of Modernity and provincial Writing: The Case of Manoj Das”- Nibedita Bandyopadhyay (single author)-Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, 9(1), 350-354 (2017)
  10. Mujral, Rajni. “Grotesque Body and the Aesthetics of Transfiguration” in Special Issue on Bakhtin “Bakhtinian Theory in Postcolonial and ‘Postsocialist’ Perspective”. Baltic Worlds, Vol X 1-2 (2017), 66-72. (ISSN: 2000-2955).
  11. K. Singh: The Poet Who Celebrates 'senses' to attain 'Nirvana' – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. UOCHJLL , 01 (01), 136-154 (2017)
  12. Pashupati Jha’s Poetry: A Journey to “Nirvana” amidst “Unrest”, “Realization”, “Truth”, “Acceptance” and “Submission” – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. The Social, Cultural and Spiritual Dimensions of Modern Indian Poetry in English. New Castle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 95-99 (2017)
  13. Using audio lessons for the visually impaired in inclusive classrooms: an exploratory study – G.-P. Varma, M. G. Raman 254-260 (2014)
  14. Mujral, Rajni. “Reading the Dialogic in Salman Rushdie’s Shalimar the Clown” in Indian Fiction in English: Mapping the Contemporary Literary Landscape. Eds. Sajal Kumar Bhattacharya et al. New Delhi: Creative Fictions, 2014. 117- 130. (ISBN: 9788180431081).
  15. Unravelling Pashupati Jha’s Engineering in Love, Philosophy, Movement, and Peace – Thakur, Ram Kulesh. Journal of the Odisha Association for English Studies, 04 (01), 86-92 (2014)
  16. ‘Decoding the Poetry of I.K. Sharma: A New Perspective’- Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Poetcrit, XXV (01), 77-80 (2012)
  17. ‘The Use of ‘Sarcasm’ in the Poetry of Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma’- Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: Access, 328-340 (2011)
  18. ‘The Use of ‘Wit’ in the Poetry of I.K. Sharma and Maha Nand Sharma’- Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: Access, 314-327 (2011)
  19. ‘Sarcasm’ as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma - Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Poetcrit, XXIV(02), 27-32 (2011)
  20. ‘Humour’ as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Indian Poetry in English: A Comprehensive Study. New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 120-153 (2011)
  21. ‘Wit’ as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of I.K. Sharma and Maha Nand Sharma – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Akshrara, 02 (01), 64-73 (2010)
  22. Poetic Communication in Maha Nand Sharma’s A Rudraksha Rosary – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Journal of Indian School of Mines, 04(01), 19-24 (2009)
  23. Satire in I.K. Sharma’s Poetry – Thakur, Ram Kulesh and R K Singh. Indian Book Chronicle, 34(09), 08-10 (2009)

Journal (In German)

1. Mujral, Rajni. “Lying as Performative Subjectification: Figuration of the Dialogic Self”. ID/ENTITY. Eds. Günther Friesinger et al. Vienna: Monochrom, 2017, 181-197.

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